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Review: Coal Chamber – Rivals

Well, this was an unexpected album – perhaps even as long ago as 2011 when the band reformed for a “one-off” festival performance, could anyone think there’d be a new LP? Especially with frontman Fafara stating that it would never [...]

May 11, 2015 Album Reviews
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Review: The Sun Explodes – The Calm, The Storm

In general, I do not like pigeon-holing bands by genre as there is a danger of splitting bands into smaller and smaller sub-genres until it ends up like a Monty Python sketch: “Are you melodic black symphonic metal?” “Push off! [...]

May 5, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Widek – Journey to the Stars

Journey to the Stars is the latest release from the up-and-coming progressive instrumental one-man band, led by as its name suggests Widek. There are dozens of instrumental bands that have risen in the past few years, but only a few [...]

May 4, 2015 Album Reviews

Mega-Review: Tragedy – all the albums!

Tragedy popped by for a long-awaited revisit to Glasgow in March and I got the chance to interview Lead singer/Lead Guitarist Mo’Royce Peterson. After the interview, Mo (his friends call him that) gifted me the albums I hadn’t already bought [...]

May 4, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Straight To Video – S2V The Sequel Has Landed

Rob Lane plays bass (for People on Vacation amongst others). He also sings a bit. In addition, he’s also a film nerd. These three facts led to the first Straight To Video EP a while back which was well enough received [...]

May 4, 2015 Album Reviews
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Review: Uriah Heep – Live At Koko

Uriah Heep was formed in 1969 and were contemporaries of Led Zepplin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. They were probably closest in sound to Deep Purple: both have Hammond organ and guitar leading the sound; both had dalliances with orchestras; [...]

April 28, 2015 Album Reviews